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Todd Applegate (University of Georgia) discussed the effect of mycotoxins on digestibility and the use of binders, among other subjects, during IPPE 2019 in Atlanta, USA.
Participation in Forum on July 15, 2019
Dr. Ram Singh Bibyan thanks for your comments, and I agree with you. Multiple mycotoxins can play an important role on overall effect of a challenge. Also, it is important to remember that health status, age, production phase, and other stress factors can be critical on how a mycotoxin contamination affects an animal.
Video published on February 24, 2019
Guilherme Bromfman, NCA Mycotoxin Management Category Manager at Adisseo, underscores the effects of some mycotoxins in the poultry and pig industry and explains how Adisseo can help customers to face mycotoxins challenges, during IPPE 2019
This member gave a presentation on October 24, 2018
At the following event:
Latin American Poultry & Nutrition Congress 2018
Article published the October 16, 2018
The final days of the corn crop season in US brings unusual weather patterns as it has throughout the growing season. While a good portion of the production area faced long dry periods, such as in KS, MO, IA, AR, and OK the regions around those faced wetter than normal conditions.
The impacts of both drought and high moisture on mold and mycotoxin contamination were discussed in previous reports, ...
Article published the September 11, 2018
Welcome to the September Nutriad Weather and Mycotoxins report.
As we are approaching the final days of the corn crop 2018 we keep facing weather challenges in most of the production areas across the country.
According to various reports, the crop is in final dough stages, with over 60% already dented. During this stage, farmers are always concerned about two major diseases, the Diplodia and Gib ...
Article published the August 21, 2018
Reports around the country are indicating an average of 70% of corn between good and excellent conditions.
A very dry month of July in parts of the Midwest and Southern Plains could have a negative impact on yield, once corn was in blister and milking stages, in which moisture is critical.
Most of the corn are moving now from milking stages to dough stages. While most of cell division is done at ...
Participation in Forum on June 29, 2018
This is a great way to approach the problems with mycotoxins in swine. There is a clear disparity between levels used in scientific papers and levels commonly found in the field. This paper can help producers to make a more precise decision on managing the risk of mycotoxins.
The combination of mycotoxins is a clear factor and it was greatly discussed in this paper.
Well done to all the author ...
Video published on February 8, 2018
Guilherme Bromfman, Business Development Director at Nutriad, provides insight on how Nutriad products and services support customers across the globe towards effective Mycotoxin Management programmes, during IPPE 2018.
This member had joined Engormix
February 8, 2017